I don't really like change...

By PaisleyJade - Friday, October 30, 2009

I've never really liked change.

When my parents told me as a young girl that they were going to buy a toy shop and go into the retail business... I cried. I didn't want things to change. Then after 7 years of having a toy shop they told me that they were going to have to sell the shop... I cried and cried. I didn't want things to change.

I'd rather not rip out walls when renovating, and I never actually did get into the 'skinny jeans' phase... I realise change is important, but I just don't like it that much.

So when I decided to change my blog layout I felt really proud of myself... I'm finally starting to get the hang of 'change is good'... but alas, that change didn't last for too long!

Thanks for all your comments about my new layout... well, old layout. It did have some minor problems which my computer nerd husband just couldn't fix... so I decided to revert back to my old look for a while (please forgive me if your links/blogs are missing - I am still trying to fix them up again).

Hopefully I will find something I like soon - I am actually ready for a bit of a change.

p.s. that guy in the photo always cracks me up!

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  1. Change is a bit annoying, but it can also lead to some wonderful new directions and discoveries. May you find the blog layout that suits you! And thank you for all the kind comments when I was contemplating some big changes of my own.

  2. haha. Funny thing! I'm sure you will eventually find the one that works the best for you!!

  3. Girlfriend i gave into change so long ago. I would like it to stop, settle down and quit changing over here. Funny you should mention the skinny jeans... I tried some on today in contemplation. MMM

  4. I think the biggest problem with that template was that the main content area had a height attribute defined in the CSS (either that or a wayward clearDiv somewhere), so instead of automatically adjusting the height of the div when larger posts required it, the extra content would just extend its merry way right off the page.

    It's a relatively straightforward fix if the designer made the template the way I think they did.

  5. Ah yes, I'm funny with change too.

    Love that kids face.

  6. I like change but I have to get into it gradually to really embrace it. My husband on the other hand is much more impulsive. Akkkkk......

  7. Just secretly.....I like this layout better.

  8. Did you cry when you had to grow your sweet mullet out? I would have.


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